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Christian H. Kanzler, Sven Urban, Katarzyna Zalewska-Wierzbicka, Franziska Hess, Dr. Stefan F. Rohrlack, Claas Wessel, Dr. Rainer Ostermann, Dr. Jan P. Hofmann, Prof. Dr. Bernd M. Smarsly and Prof. Dr. Herbert Over Electrospun Metal Oxide Nanofibres for the Assessment of Catalyst Morphological Stability under Harsh Reaction Conditions ChemCatChem 5

Article first published online: 5 JUN 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cctc.201300301

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Spinning a tale of two cities: Electrospun RuO2- and CeO2-based nanofibers (NFs) are used as model catalysts to assess morphological stability of these materials under harsh HCl oxidation reaction conditions. For instance, RuO2 NFs are morphologically unstable, whereas mixed RuO2-TiO2 NFs are stable at 573 K. Thus, the use of NFs can serve as a general approach for the analysis of stability issues during the early stage of catalyst screening.

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